Spring is the best time of year to begin digging, planting, and growing. What are you going to grow? Flower Garden, Vegetable Garden, or Herb Garden? You can do a mix of all of these choices. It’s your garden and you can do anything! Here are some great Spring tips to get you going!

Roxanne, offers the very best tool for the job, the “Dirty Little Digger“. The “Dirty Little Digger” is 6 tools in one. It’s strong enough to tackle multiple gardening chores. It acts like a scoop, cultivator, trowel, weeder, hori knife and a bulb/seed digger all in one.

You can be a new or an experienced gardener. This tool provides to all levels of gardening. The tough stainless steel construction has sharp serrated edges for easy cutting of roots and vines. Also with a pointed tip, the Dirty Little Digger makes it easy to break up tough dirt, rocky soil and clay. If you’re considering adding a pond to your garden, you’ll also be dealing with aquatic soil. In addition, this tool makes it easy to make trenches and furrows for your planting desires. Make sure you store all your equipment appropriately when you are not using it, to prevent damage or theft. It might be worth looking into vinyl sided sheds to find somewhere you can keep your equipment all year round, without compromising on the look of your garden. Furthermore, the security of your shed is important. dry and warm shelter with plenty of nesting materials is appealing to pests like mice rats and voles. In this case, you would need to hire in a company like https://www.pestcontrolexperts.com/local/florida/delray-beach/ to help rid you of this problem.

The silicon, easy grip handle provides comfort and a firm grip while working. The spoon shape is also etched with measurements of 1″ – 4″ for correct planting depth of all seeds and bulbs! Roxanne may have named it the “Dirty “LITTLE” Digger”, but this versatile garden tool actually takes on “LARGE” amounts of tasks for your garden!

Happy Spring Gardening!

In the spring, at the end of the day, you should smell like dirt.
~Margaret Atwood